Louisiana voters elect Republican Kyle Ardoin as Secretary of State
Posted on 12/9/2018 1:24:00 PM.
Louisiana voters decide to keep Republican Kyle Ardoin as Secretary of State. Ardoin defeated Democrat Gwen Collins-Greenup in Saturday's special election.
 
Ardoin received 59% of the vote in a low voter turnout election. The 51-year-old Ville Platte native has served as interim Secretary of State since Tom Schedler resigned in May amid a sexual harassment scandal.
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Early voting tanks for Sec. of State run-off
Posted on 11/27/2018 12:29:00 PM.

Early voting numbers for the Secretary of State’s election run-off set for December 8th is off to a rough start, with a huge drop off relative to the historic participation levels in the last mid-term. JMC Analytics Pollster John Couvillon says early voting numbers are down compared to the 2016 Senate run-off.
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Edwards calls Ardoin's illegal voting claim
Posted on 11/14/2018 11:44:00 AM.

Governor Edwards is criticizing a decision by Interim Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin to publicly claim the former Mayor of New Roads “illegally cast his ballot” in the midterm election, when the Governor says further review showed Robert Myer was actually eligible to vote.
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Sec. of State run-off candidates state their case
Posted on 11/12/2018 2:38:00 AM.

The Secretary of State’s run-off pits the now Interim Secretary, against a Democratic political newcomer from East Feliciana parish. Interim Secretary Kyle Ardoin, the Republican in the race was appointed assistant secretary to Tom Schedler in 2010, and says his eight years in a leadership position in that office makes him the most qualified candidate.
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Gwen Collins-Greenup confident heading into Sec. of State run-off
Posted on 11/9/2018 11:38:00 AM.

Secretary of State candidate Gwen Collins-Greenup is the surprise of the midterms, as the Democrat will head to a run-off against Interim Secretary Kyle Ardoin. While some candidates fundraised and sought high profile endorsement’s Collins-Greenup says she just went door to door, talking to constituents about their needs.
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Secretary of State special election heading to run off
Posted on 11/7/2018 1:04:00 PM.

The special election for the Secretary of State’s seat is headed for a run-off between the interim holder of the position, Republican Kyle Ardoin and a relatively unknown Democratic candidate Gwen Collins-Greenup. Political Analyst Bernie Pinsonat said the success of the latter candidate caught some off guard.
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Ardoin drops first ad of the Sec. of State's race
Posted on 10/15/2018 1:37:00 PM.

The first ad of the Secretary of State’s race is out, and despite being a nominally non-partisan position, the ad is chock full of red meat for conservatives. It’s being aired by Interim Secretary Kyle Ardoin.
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Secretary of State candidates battle over voting machine scandal
Posted on 10/9/2018 4:43:00 AM.

Several Secretary of State Candidates got combative yesterday after they were asked about controversy surrounding the bidding process for the state’s new voting machines.
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Voter registration week kicks off today
Posted on 9/24/2018 3:34:00 AM.

The state kicks off voter registration week today, ahead of a hotly contested midterm season nationally, that may not yield many surprises in the Bayou State. Statewide, the election will give voters a chance to decide on congressional races and the special election for the Secretary of State’s office.
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The price tag for new voting machines is projected to rise to 90-million dollars
Posted on 8/10/2018 4:03:00 PM.

The state has entered negotiations to purchase 10-thousand voting machines from Dominion Voting Systems, Inc, but the price tag has increased to replace their current machines.

Interim Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin had projected the cost at $60 million, but he says the more realistic price tag is now in the ballpark of $90-95 million dollars.
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